Video-recorded image of the transperitoneal
radical nephrectomy at the right side.
Because most cases of unicornuate uterus have a non-communicating rudimentary uterine horn on the opposite side, pregnancy in the rudimentary horn can result from transperitoneal
migration of sperm or ovum from the opposite side.
The study included patients who had extra- or transperitoneal
laparoscopic lymphadenectomy for endometrial cancer staging at M.
Material and methods: Between January 2008 and February 2013, a total of 35 patients (24 females, II males) underwent transperitoneal
laparoscopic adrenalectomy to treat an adrenal mass.
Various routes of enteral feeding like oral, NJ tube feeding, percutaneous transperitoneal
jejunostomy, percutaneous transperitoneal
gastrostomy are described in the literature.
47) A number of studies have shown higher rates of RE after transperitoneal
compared to retroperitoneal approaches during ALIF.
In 2011, researchers for Mayo Clinic College of Medicine reported that transperitoneal
biopsy of cancer of the bile duct is associated with a higher rate of peritoneal metastasis and they recommend the procedure not be performed if a curative method exists.
Such features are cecal amputation, ileocecal thickening and inflammation, shortening of the ascending colon, gaping of the ileocecal valve, mesenteric adenopathy, a misty mesentery, diffuse omental infiltration, loculated high-density ascites, an enhancing peritoneum with or without an omental line, nodularity of the surface of the mesenteric leaves, and transperitoneal
1 When there is no communication between the two endometrial cavities, fertilization is facilitated by transperitoneal
migration of the sperm and/or fertilized ova.
The patient underwent transperitoneal
laparoscopic excision of the mass.
There are also chapters on transperitoneal
versus retroperitoneal laparoscopic approaches, and prevention and management of complications.
Complications of transperitoneal
laparoscopic surgery in urology: Review of 1,311 procedures at a single center.